New Products at Promevo | August 2019

Check out the newest products added to shop.promevo.com! On our online shop you can shop, quote, and purchase with a PO or credit card.  **Please note that since these are new products, most are currently out of stock or only available for pre-order. As more stock becomes available, the products[…]

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What’s New in Chrome OS 66?

At the end of April, Google pushed the new Chrome OS 66 update. The most important bit? Adding security measures so that all Chrome OS devices are protected against Meltdown attacks. Along with the beefed-up safeguarding, OS 66 has added quite a few display and Google Play features. Here are[…]

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3 Ways Chrome Devices Keep Employees Productive

Chrome devices are one of the best technology investments you can make for your business to stay flexible, decrease employee frustrations, and increase engagement and productivity. Through near-zero downtime, easy collaboration, and apps and extensions, Chrome devices will help your employees work smarter, not harder. Chrome Devices are Always Ready[…]

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Hangouts Meet Kit Takes Tech Troubles Out of Video Calls

hangouts meet kit

This blog was updated on February 7, 2018, to reflect the addition of  the Logitech PTZ Pro 2 camera for larger rooms.   Capitalizing on the success of Google Chromebox for Meetings, Google has just introduced their Hangouts Meet hardware kit, which will let businesses and organizations focus on their[…]

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Product Spotlight: The Acer R13

acer chromebook r13

Acer Chromebook R13: Starting at $400, the Acer Chromebook R13 is reasonably priced for all the features and specs it offers.  Equipped with a 360-degree hinge, it allows you to use the Chromebook 13.3″ HD multitouch display as a tablet. It also has a long-lasting battery life, plenty of ports[…]

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Review: The Lenovo N22 Chromebook

Lenovo N22 Chromebook

(Note: Promevo no longer sells the Lenovo N23 Chromebook but will continue to support customers who previously purchased it from us.) The classroom can be a dangerous place for technology. More often than not, we see students drop computers, spill liquids on them, or pull too hard on plugs. To[…]

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